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H.Merijn Brand
September 8, 2003 04:21
Re: How to detect hash randomization?
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On Mon 08 Sep 2003 13:10, Nicholas Clark <> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 08, 2003 at 12:46:59PM +0200, Elizabeth Mattijsen wrote:
> > Now I realize that this was probably caused by the fact that somehow 
> > either the installed or libperl was queried.  Not sure 
> > whether this is a bug or a feature  ;-(
> It's querying as found in @INC. If you're running from an
> uninstalled perl you have to remember to do things like ./perl -Ilib -V
> > However, is rather heavy, so I'd like to prevent that being loaded.
> I think that I had trying to make less heavy in my TODO.

And it's probably still faster than spawning a second perl
(which is likely to use Config anyway)

> as a start, I was considering surveying which values in %Config are
> popular, to try to partition those from the vast majority, which are
> deadweight in nearly every program. As %Config is a tied hash, I believe
> that it can all be done transparently.
> Nicholas Clark

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